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Singing and social inclusion

A study woven into a larger data collection exercise of the national Sing Up programme

A study seeking to explore if there is any wider attitudinal benefit in terms of the children’s self-concept and sense of being socially included being evidenced in relation to data on the same children’s individually assessed song singing behaviour and development.

The young people that are attending music sessions at the moment, I know are benefiting massively from it.

Lizzy Watkiss, Occupational Therapist

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